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Bloomberg
Dec 7, 2013 6:00am EST
it is the gallery that is offering it up. to make thethe loan acquisition of this artwork with the energy of the donor. more than -- with the guarantee of the donor. it is a certified operation with all of the guarantees given by the government. the manner of -- minister of finance. everything has been done in the best way. >> do you think there will be more raffles of your grandfather's artwork or do you think this could set a precedent for other raffles? be quited say it would funny and exciting that instead of getting a car or a check, to get artwork. i hope this will be an example. the work goes on sale next week at sotheby's in paris. we are back in just a minute. ♪ >> welcome back to "money moves weekend." i'm deirdre bolton. mustke money, companies capture your time and attention on mobile devices. a business was built around that assumption. we have been really fortunate and lucky to have almost every major media company working with us. we have abc and warner bros. and almost half of the major magazines. we have all of the web companies as well. they see a real value propositio
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 2:00pm EST
, the second-largest u.s. food producer, a natural resources, selling its stake in shale gas to rice energy. they will get $100 million in cash and the remainder of the stock of the energy company waiting to go public. jcpenney, the struggling retailer is expected to continue the positive in-store sales trend as they take back market share from competitors. remember, they had a small gain in october and then a 10% possible sales gain in the month of november, a really pivotal few months were jcpenney. while jcpenney might be turning things around, sears is having a tougher time of it, leaving the coo in a bind on two fronts on the one hand as he struggles with the core business and his hedge fund itself. remember, last week he announced he would be spinning off lands and into a separately traded company where the existing shareholders would get shares in the new venture, but if you look at their core business now that lands end is gone, critics have been saying that he still has a lot of work to do their. the company has had 27 straight orders of declining same-store have prophets not to sp
Bloomberg
Dec 7, 2013 10:00am EST
, clean energy. when they look at food, it almost stuns them at how much it lacks innovation. we approached them initially through a friend of mine. an entrepreneur. he introduced us to a partner of theirs and we began to tell a story of how inefficient our food system is. >> what was their reaction when they first heard? did they lean forward or did they think you were crazy? >> they definitely leans forward. it is pretty stunning, 1.8 trillion eggs. something so common, a commodity, the chicken egg comes from all of these crazy laces. a scale that boggles the mind. they are interested in tackling industries that have massive markets. that is certainly the case with the chicken egg. >> what kind of legalities do you pay attention to? there are food companies that are already clients. what is involved from a legal perspective? >> we looked at over 1500 plants around the world and we found 11 that are highly functional and that outperform the chicken egg. the plants we use in the market are certified. -- certified "grass," generally regarded as safe. we are using plants that are u
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